So that's why the Stanton people have been fighting so wolfishly for delay, is it?
He had seen mustangs in that humor shake off their tormentors and tear them wolfishly with their fangs.
A three-mile pull brought us to the camp just as the night fell, and we stepped ashore very tired and wolfishly hungry.
He was thirty-one or two perhaps, long-limbed and wolfishly spare, like his elder brother, whom he resembled thus only.
Max Rostoff looked up from his desk, wolfishly aggressive-looking as ever.
Still the Indians ate, voraciously, wolfishly, as though they could never get enough.
He was wolfishly hungry, and the dishes he looked upon gave him back assurances by sight and smell that he was very happy as well.
The next thing Grif did was to tear a piece out of the loaf and wolfishly devour it.
A joker of an extremely, not to say wolfishly practical character, he looked, under those circumstances.
There, twenty feet away, stood the wolfishly gaunt bandolero, a revolver in his right hand trained rigidly on Don Jaime!